How it's made: The Tesla Model S electric car (video)

Tesla Model S factory
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Humans and robots, working together -- Asimov would be proud!

Tesla recently said they were confident they could double their electric car production to 800 per week by late 2014. That's a nice abstract number, but how do they actually do that? How are they different from other automakers when it comes to actually building their cars? What makes them so efficient?

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The video below, produced by WIRED magazine, allows us to take a look inside the 5 million-square-foot NUMMI plant in Fremont, California, and see where the magic takes place.

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Via WIRED

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